Feed industry leaders, in collaboration with Texas A&M University, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Kansas State University, have developed and implemented a voluntary Feed Industry HACCP program that focuses on preventing biological, chemical, and physical hazards from reaching the consumer.

To help industry leaders implement HACCP to comply with global and U.S. feed safety requirements, the Texas State Chemist provides a variety of training opportunities, auditing services, and resources.

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Mary Sasser
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Why Implement HACCP at Your Firm?

  • Improve food/feed safety to meet or exceed industry standards
  • Prevent hazards from occurring in food & feed products
  • Use a proactive approach to protect consumers & business